Will Democrats’ civility strategy backfire in 2018?


did you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant in a department store at a gasoline station you get out and you said account back on them and you tell there has certainly been an uptick in recent years in examples of our politics becoming less civil Trump which about a course has come from president Trump and the way he conducted himself increasingly it’s also a question that Democrats are asking themselves what is a line that we don’t want to cross when it comes to standing in the way of President Trump this question is particularly difficult for them because they see the president breaking all these rules flouting all of the old Norms of politics and winning I’ve been Politically Incorrect a lot and here we are so it’s okay I guess they feel like they are following the rules abiding by those old stander and getting nothing but bad results from it losing politically and so it’s created a situation which Democrats are increasingly lashing out include increasingly testing those Balance and now asking themselves exactly where they are the party one asset I strongly disagree with those who Advocate harrassing folks I don’t agree with you if you disagree with someone or something stand-up make your voice heard I just think we have to take it all to a higher level of Civility this a hundred percent feeds into the narrative that the president has crafted over the last several years one in which he has been personally and his party has been personally purse tooted it’s the party of Maxine Waters you believe her Democrats are wary of rocking the boat too much over the next several months given they look like they’re headed for some gains in the but I think there is an overriding sense that people are losing patience they’re not willing to wait and see what happens in November and they don’t even have faith necessarily that the party is going to win majority
The Fix’s Aaron Blake analyzes whether calls for “civility” will help or hurt Democrats in the 2018 midterm elections. Read more: https://wapo.st/2lJld2H. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qiJ4dy

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